SOPAC Ottawa offers Adult and Youth Music and Musical Theatre classes through the academic year in 3 sessions. Performers from beginner to advanced levels have an opportunity to work on their stage skills, singing, acting movement and more! Class sizes have a maximum of (6) participants until further notice.
For further details, please see the session information below.
Winter Session 2023 begins the second week of January!
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
SESSION 1: Intro to Musical Theatre (Ages 8-11)
Mondays 6-7pm I 10 weeks I Tuition: $350
A perfect option for beginners! New performers discover singing, acting and dancing - the three components of Musical Theatre. Musical Theatre selection are chosen based on the ability of the performers registered in each session!
SESSION 2: Intrm. Musical Theatre (Ages 10-13)
Tuesdays 6:30-7:30pm I 10 weeks I Tuition: $350
Our Intermediate Musical Theatre class is ideal for performers who have had some sort of previous class(es) in music, dance and/or theatre training including group classes and arts camps. Students work on a variety of skill building exercises and projects including short musical shows and scenes!
SESSION 3: Jr. Musical Theatre Discovery (Ages 6-8)
Thursdays 6-6:45pm I 10 weeks I Tuition: $325
Jr. Musical Theatre Discovery class is for the youngest performer looking to engage in movement, song and dance! This is a great entry level where the focus is on creativity and having fun! All are welcome and no experience is required.
SESSION 4: Musical Theatre Scenes (Ages 9-14)
Saturday 10-11am I 10 weeks I Tuition: $350
Musical Theatre Scenes is for the passionate performer who will work at an intermediate level of skill and performance. Participants learn how to interact authentically with other performers on stage while balancing music, acting and dancing.
Students will work on small group and solo works.
SESSION 5: Sr. Musical Theatre (Ages 12-15)
Saturday 11am-12:15pm I 10 weeks I Tuition: $425
Our most senior class is aimed toward performers with previous musical theatre experience. Reading music is an asset. Performers will focus on developing natural stage presence, character development and the ability to harmonize in ensembles.
*ALL GROUP CLASSES WILL WORK TOWARD A PERFORMANCE BASED ON
THE INDIVIDUAL GROUP'S ABILITY